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People Can’t Handle How Cute These Baby Spa Photos Are
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People Can’t Handle How Cute These Baby Spa Photos Are

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After a long day, sometimes you just need a warm bath and a good massage to take the edge off – especially if you’re a baby.

Baby Spa Perth in Western Australia offers high-class hydrotherapy and massages exclusively for clients under 6 months old, and they even boast their own patented flotation device, known as the Bubby. Not only are these mini-baths insanely adorable, they’re relaxing for little ones and help prepare them for swimming lessons. Photos from the spa are making the rounds on the Internet, and people can barely contain their baby fever – 11.5k followers have already flocked to their Instagram page.

Though Baby Spa Perth is the first of its kind in Australia, it joins a line of international franchises. Spa founder, Laura Sevenus, also operates baby spas in England, South Africa, and Spain.

More info: Baby Spa Perth, Instagram, Facebook

Baby Spa Perth is Australia’s first bath and massage parlor exclusively for – you guessed it – babies

Here, babies kick and float around to their heart’s delight in a warm bath with soft waves

The spa even boasts its own patented flotation device, the Bubby, which keeps babies comfy and safe

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The experience allows parents and babies to bond in a relaxing environment for both parties

Not only is it adorable, but hydrotherapy for babies is extremely beneficial to their health

In the water, babies can move freely, which helps them develop muscle and bone strength

The sensations they feel while floating also prepare them for swimming lessons, and even walking

Plus, let’s be honest – it’s tough work being a brand new person, and sometimes you just need to relax

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After their baths, babies are given a gentle massage with grape seed oil, moisturizing their skin

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The water they float in is purified with ozone, which kills bacteria in shared basins, but is baby-safe

11.5k followers have already flocked to their Instagram page, and their photos are giving everyone baby fever

Though it’s the first of its kind in Australia, Baby Spas also exist in England, South Africa, and Spain

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7 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

The wink in the third picture killed me with cuteness overload

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Cathy Shift
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7 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

ok, i'll be "that" person: that can't be good for their necks.

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AcousticGString
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7 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

the babies are practically weightless in the water, the support not only keeps them afloat, but it keeps their necks stationary, which is very important. My friend's son did something similar in physical therapy as a baby. The babies love it!

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7 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

The wink in the third picture killed me with cuteness overload

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Cathy Shift
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7 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

ok, i'll be "that" person: that can't be good for their necks.

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AcousticGString
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7 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

the babies are practically weightless in the water, the support not only keeps them afloat, but it keeps their necks stationary, which is very important. My friend's son did something similar in physical therapy as a baby. The babies love it!

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